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What is the Immaculate Conception? - A Brief Overview

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Uploaded by St. Joseph School on Dec 7, 2012

A brief overview of the history and significance of the feast of the Immaculate Conception which is celebrated during Advent on Dec. 8th thoughout the whole Church. The video is not-for-profit, and is solely intended for religious teaching, scholarship, and research purposes only (Fair Use Doctrine: Title 17, para. 107). Addendum: "Theotokos" literally means God bearer. Works cited for third party content available at the end of video. For educational purposes only.

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  1. Edna La Russa
    2 years ago

    This is what I have been looking for, my daughter has left the catholic church and is of the holiness church. Her pastor Bro Gary Pierce want to argue about "Blessed Virgin Mary" was not without original sin. This up set me but I didn't know how to answer him,, I told him that any of Priest would be more than happy to have this discussion with him.

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